Steve Earle spent his formative years in Texas and his formative years as an artist in Tennessee. Heavily influenced by his idols Townes van Zandt and Guy Clark, Earle refined his country rock sound and songwriting in Nashville where he recorded the albums that made him a star—Guitar Town and Copperhead Road—which both went Gold in the US and Platinum internationally. With decades of touring and having recorded 16 albums, Earle carries stories which he shares on stage. Along with The Dukes who back him, Earle also brings The Mastersons to open the show, an alternative country duo from Brooklyn who've won audiences over with vibrant vocals and harmonious string melodies. [GS]


  • Occurred Friday, August 16th, 2019 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm


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